Rediscover the Menil Collection when it reopens to the public this weekend

The Menil Collection's East Lawn | Photo: Kevin Keim, courtesy of The Menil Collection

Enjoy the extensive galleries of the Menil Collection with limited capacity, socially distanced viewings when it reopens on Saturday, September 12, 2020.

After a months-long closure, the beloved Menil Collection is finally reopening their doors this weekend, enabling public health policies to ensure the safety of all its visitors.

Before you head over, online reservations will be required in advance to ensure limited capacity. Face masks will be required for entry and the duration of your visit, and social distancing protocols will be enforced throughout the galleries. Click here for additional information on public health safety.

The Menil Drawing Institute will also be reopening to the public, though the Rothko Chapel, Cy Twombly Gallery, Richmond Hall and Byzantine Fresco Chapel will remain closed to the public at this time. Click here for more information.

Social Distancing & COVID-19 Precautions

Many businesses around Greater Houston and the State of Texas are open and individual social distancing practices vary from location to location. Masks are mandated by the Governor of Texas and City of Houston in all cases where social distancing is not possible.

Please contact this organizer directly if you have any questions about their operational guidelines during this time.

Click here for the latest updates from Texas Medical Center on COVID-19 cases in the Greater Houston area.

The Reopening of Menil Collection

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